Tammy Gravel Obituary, Resident Died Of Motor Accident

Tammy Gravel Obituary, Death – At the age of 31, our dearly loved Tammy passed away unexpectedly, and it is with broken hearts that we share the news with you. We will miss her sincerely. Tammy was involved in an automobile accident on Friday, January 13, 2023, which ultimately led to her being away as a result of the injuries she sustained. Tammy was born into the world on July 26, 1991, and she made her debut in New Liskeard. She had a wonderful smile that could bring a ray of sunshine into even the darkest of circumstances. She was characterized by a sense of generosity, and she went out of her way to ensure the happiness of others. She was very helpful to others and put a lot of effort into her work. Tammy always prioritized spending time with her family over all other aspects of her life, and as a result, they are going to miss her terribly.

Her beloved husband Simon, along with her children Alyna and Wesley, will be utterly devastated by her passing. Her children will also be deeply saddened. Forever remembered by her parents, Yves Sansoucy and Sylvie Goudreault; her sisters, Vicky Kidd (and her husband Luke) and Jenna Sansoucy (and her husband André); her in-laws, Rénald and Elizabeth Gravel; her sisters-in-law, Julie Szydlowski (and her husband Tom) and Sylvie Plante (and her husband Dave); her grandparents, Jeannine Sansoucy, Maurice

Friends and family members of the Gravel and Sancoucy families are invited to attend a celebration that will take place at Saint Jean Baptiste Church in Earlton on Friday, January 20, 2023, from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm, and on Saturday, January 21, 2023, beginning at 10:00 am. The celebration will take place over two days. The funeral mass will begin at eleven in the morning and take place at the Saint Jean Baptiste Church. Father Germain Turcotte was the one in charge of officiating the ceremony. You are free to choose any charitable organization to which you would want to make a contribution in memory of the person who has passed away, and that contribution would be gladly received. You are more than welcome to share your memories and expressions of sympathy at the website www.buffamleveille.com.


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